I made it to the car, started it, turned the A/C on full, and reclined back waiting for Cindy. She got there about ten after and I was feeling vaguely human. Not completely there but I was up to driving at least.
Unfortunately, during the day, all my clavicle vertebrae started cramping. that wasn't much fun either. I'm going to go to bed about 2-3 hours early...
Oh, and while in the car with A/C on, I heard another reason to listen to 89.5 than just the no commercials. The DJ at 4pm said, "Wow, it's 88 out there. If I wasn't in this 72 degree studio, I'd be passed out somewhere."
BTW, in chatting with Cindy, we determined that I am a heat-wimp, not because I don't deal with the heat well but because I complain about it so bloody much.